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Curated research library of TV news clips regarding the NSA, its oversight and privacy issues, 2009-2014

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Primary curation & research: Robin Chin, Internet Archive TV News Researcher; using TV News Archive service.

Speakers

Barbara Starr
CNN Pentagon Correspondent
CNNW 12/05/2013
Starr: We're getting into that age where concept of privacy's limited. Holmes: forget about it. Malveaux: They're doing it, but can you fight back? Starr: well, that's a really good question. I don't know. I suppose you can call the NSA and object but you're not going to get very far. Holmes: I want to go on the do not call list. Starr: I don't mean to dismiss the question, it's hugely valid,
Barbara Starr
CNN Pentagon Correspondent
CNNW 12/05/2013
Starr: (If you're trying to call home,) if you’re trying to call your office, we at CNN Around the World, who knows how many cell phone calls we all make a day around the globe to our sources and we don't expect them to be tracked by the government and I think many citizens in other countries don't expect the NSA to be tracking their calls either. Holmes: Yes. Exactly. Talk about Americans being offended but what about those overseas who are apparently fair game? Barbara, always great to see you. Barbara Starr. Your phone is putting out -- you can track the phone just sitting there, you don't have to be on it Malveaux: GPS. true. Not much privacy. Holmes: There is no privacy.
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